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Sunday, November 28, 2010

RAJASTHAN EXIBITION

As I mentioned in one of my earlier posts, Rajasthan Tourism Department had conducted an exhibition in Kochi. Here are some items displayed for sale. Not the women appearing immediately below.They are dancers.Best wishes:)








16 comments:

  1. Excellent post Jospeh, loved the pictures, wonderful colours a joy to look at.

    Have a good wekk.
    Yvonne.

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  2. oh wow...love the jewelry and the artwork is striking...

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  3. Namaste My Friend.....
    How are you and the family? I trust you are all well and in the best of health.

    Love the displays, beautiful including the ladies not for sale hehe.

    Have a great week...
    Rhapsody

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  4. Beautiful photographs. Although a very big chunk in Rajasthan is covered by deserts, the people there are very colorful. So are their handicrafts. What a pretty Krishna!

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  5. Nice :)..Rajasthan is a home to astounding varieties of traditional arts and cultural crafts

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  6. I love the colours and artistic designs. Hand-writing, or should I say hand-painting, is popular here in the UK.

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  7. Rajathan is a land of color art, music and creative energy an d you have displayed it with your bright pictures Mr Joseph.

    I have yet to visit this state, its beckoning me.

    Th e other day I saw a man doing water painting in Rajathan, so amazing.

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  8. Joseph, I just love these pictures. You always have such clear and distinctive pictures, thanks. If I was at the sale I would buy the rug that is rolled up, such pretty colors. You sure do live in a country with beautiful colors and padgents.Thank you for coming by, have a nice week.

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  9. Really Cool.. Last month i was there in Rajasthan.. Saw all these things.. Nice pics..

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  10. Beautiful cultural pictures, thanks for sharing.

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  11. Hi Joseph, How are you doing?
    Long time no see.
    Lovely pictures, a feast for the eyes.
    Busy with Christmas?
    Bye,take care, Rama.

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  12. Dear friend,
    Wonderful close up's. I wish I could shop here!, I love the jewlery. I shop at a store called Tenthousand Villages. They are non-profit, and everyone who works there are volunteers. The jewlery sold are from place like India,Nepal,Africa ect..Mostly made by woman.
    The art work here is so full of colour, and the Henna is interesting.

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  13. Lovely display and nice combination of colors. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Would love to go back to Rajasthan!!

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